flakey


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made of or resembling flakes

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made of or easily forming flakes

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conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual

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That was the first of numerous victories for Flakey Dove who enjoyed her finest hour when collecting the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham under Mark Dwyer in 1994.
And who am I to say that could be because so many of them ARE shallow and flakey, Colin luvvie?
The races were fantastic and we looked forward to visiting Flakey Dove the next day.
January 29, 1994 Richard Dunwoody became only the fourth jump jockey to win 1,000 races in Britain when riding Flakey Dove to victory in the Cleeve Hurdle at Cheltenham.
But very Colderwood might have had a flakey if he had seen Darren Mackie, Russell Anderson, Scott Severin and Steve Lovell larking about by covering up striker Stevie Crawford's car with snow.
A mum thought her daughter had gone flakey when she claimed to have won pounds 10,000 in a chocolate bar.
Winner of the Champion Hurdle in 1988, he took high rank over fences before reverting to hurdles when last of five behind Flakey Dove at Haydock in January 1994.
Firstly, we'd advise against it being used to treat headaches by being rubbed on the skin An old wive's tale which will lead to a flakey napper.
By the time he died in 1990 he had sired a winner of the Cheltenham Gold Cup (Master Oats) and the Champion Hurdle (Flakey Dove).
Dwyer, who has a thriving livery yard near Malton, won the Gold Cup on Forgive'N Forget and Jodami, the Champion Hurdle on Flakey Dove and two Scottish Nationals on Androma.